Cognitive analytic therapy Cognitive analytic therapy (CAT) is a type of therapy that marries together ideas from analytic psychology with those from cognitive therapy.

Looking at past events and experiences, the therapy aims to understand why a person feels, thinks and behaves the way they do, before helping them problem solve and develop new ways of coping. https://www.counselling-directory.org.uk/cognitive-analytic-therapy.html Each programme of therapy is tailored to the individual’s needs, taking into account their current situation and the problems they’re dealing…

USA – Sarasota mental health counselors to receive ‘groundbreaking’ PTSD training

By Michael Moore Jr. Staff Writer Posted Jan 31, 2020 at 4:47 PM https://www.heraldtribune.com/news/20200131/sarasota-mental-health-counselors-to-receive-rsquogroundbreakingrsquo-ptsd-training Around 70 percent of service members and veterans who completed Accelerated Resolution Therapy substantially reduced their symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder in an average of four treatment sessions and with consistent evidence of safety, according to a randomized controlled trial conducted by University of South Florida.…